Microsoft details its new Web-based Windows strategy, but analysts say there's no guarantee the company will be able to pull it off.
"Microsoft has one of the more complete architectural visions of how e-services should be created."
- Mike Gilpin, analyst, Giga Information Group
Redmond reveals anticipated Web plans
Microsoft unveils its long-awaited vision for the future
of computing and a new strategy for enabling its Windows software for the Web.
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Microsoft plays catch-up with rivals
The company unveils its vision for Web-based computing, as a looming antitrust battle and tougher competition cloud its future.
Microsoft brewing Java-like language
Microsoft next week will unveil a new, Java-like software programming language intended to simplify the building of Web services using its software, sources said.
Gates talks up Net appliances
Chairman Bill Gates says Microsoft will spend more than three times as much on its Web services project as it cost to put a man on the moon to make sure the company will play a large role in the Net appliance era.